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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, october 10th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." when you starve, they let you do it. grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. >> after a weekend dominated by a weekend of donald trump joking with sexually assaulteding women. his vulgar remarks dominated last night's second presidential debate. >> just for the record, though, are you sailiying on that bus 1 years ago you were kissing or groping women without consent? >> i have great respect for women.
is. but i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. hurricane matthew leaves behind a deadly trail of destruction. and the is not over as rivers continue to rise. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. it's hard to imagine a presidential debate being nastier or more contentious than last night's face-off between donald trump and hillary clinton. almost immediately, trump was asked about a decade old trump that rah released on friday. trump bragging that he can do anything to women because he is a star. >> i have to use a couple of
her. it's like a magnet. when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. grab them by the [ bleep ]. you can do anything. [ laughter ] >> reporter: trump tried to downplay the tape and denied he had ever physically accosted women. the latest cbs news battleground tracker finds clinton leading in three key states. the polling was done before the release of the trump videotape. clinton lead by four points in ohio. she has an eight-point lead in lead in wisconsin. the debate was more about character than policy. trump said clinton has, quote, tremendous hate in her heart. clinton said she never questioned an opponent's fitness to serve, that donald trump was different. jamie yuccas reports from st. louis. >> reporter: hillary clinton couldn't wait to celebrate on the plane ride home after wrapping up last night's second presidential debate. >> absolutely great. the most important thing is we
actually have some drinks served. >> reporter: donald trump's team was just as excited. >> i think he prosecuted his case much better in this debate than he did in the first one. >> reporter: but there were no celebrations during the debate, as the two candidates attacked each other for 90 minutes. trump had to answer for a video from 2005 where he described his advances on women. >> i'm very embarrassed by it. i hate it. but it's locker room talk and it's one of those things. i will knock the hell out o isis. we are going to defeat isis. >> okay, donald. i know you're into big diversion tonight, anything avoid taking about your campaign. >> i am going to instruct my attorney to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of
>> because you'd be in jail. >> reporter: trump's attacks on clinton started before the debate when he sat down with four women who accused her and president bill clinton of sexual misconduct and bullying. clinton's campaign said the guests were meant to on distract clinton but say it didn't work. the two candidates were square off one more time when they debate in las vegas next week. both candidates will immediately hit the campaign trail today. hillary clinton will detroit, michigan, then clums columbus, ohio. donald trump makes two stops in the battleground state of pennsylvania. they have full schedules until the final debate on the 19th. meg? >> jamie yuccas for news st. louis, thank you. trump not only disagreed with clinton on the issues, he took the unusual step of disagreeing with his own running mate. this was trump's response when it was pointed out mike pence had said russian actions in
forces of the assad regime. >> he and i haven't spoken and i disagree. >> you disagree with your running mate? >> i think we need to knock out isis. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news the pence team was, quote, nuclear following trump's remarks. cbs news political contributor bob schieffer watched the debate and couldn't believe what he was hearing. >> how have we come to this? >> to this. >> this is supposed to be a campaign for the most powerful office t here we are marching in women into the hall who are supposed to be -- have some relationship with one of the candidate's spouses and what is that supposed to prove? i mean, over and over, if i'm elected, i'm going to put you in jail? i mean, this is what they do in the banana republics. this is the united states of america. people keep asking me have i ever seen anything like this? and i keep saying, no.
see another campaign like this one. america can do better than what we have seen here tonight. this was just disgraceful. >> there wasn't much presidential about some of the discussion, bob schieffer? >> this was wrestle mania! >> politico reports the republican national committee has scheduled a conference call with its members tonight. the call comes amid speculation that the rnc may divert other republican candidates. the weekend was a who's who of republicans, either denouncing trump's remarks, or pulling their vote altogether. to see the full list of the gop leaders who have condemned their party's candidate, head to cbsnews.com. coming up on the "morning news." we will hear from clinton campaign manager robbie room and trump campaign manager kellyanne conway.
the "uss mason" was patrolling in the red sea. the missiles appeared to have been fired from rebel-held territory in yemen. the missiles landed in the water and no damage to the ship and no u.s. sailors were injured. this morning, the storm that was hurricane matthew is well out to sea, but its effects on still felt along the u.s. southeast coast. matthew now 200 miles off the coast of cape hatteras is still a dangerous storm. matthew was bla 19 deaths in four states and nearly half in north carolina. as of last night, over 1.5 million homes and businesses in south carolina remain without power. edward lawrence is in charleston, south carolina. edward, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, meg. right now, the most serious part is the flfloodwaters happening south carolina and north carolina. as you said, 19 deaths in the u.s. because of hurricane matthew. three of those here in south
mostly because of the floodwaters which have not crested yet. >> i thought the world was going to end. >> reporter: life-threatening flooding continues in eastern north carolina, inundated with record breaking rainfall from matthew. >> upset. i don't have nothing left. nothing! i have to take all of this and put it in the garbage! >> reporter: the u.s. coast guard help rescue some thousands of people trapped in thaver homes and business. in nags, front lawns look like lakes. >> the weather map shows that hurricane matthew is well off the shore, into the ocean, but in our minds, the impact of hurricane matthew is still here and extremely dangerous in many parts of north carolina. >> reporter: in downtown charleston, most waters have now receded revealing the true extent of the damage from the once potent hurricane and in florida, recovery is just beginning. >> we have, as you know, damage along the coast.
erosion and down in st. augustine beach, you saw the homes that they lost their beach. they have to worry about their foundations down there. >> reporter: it will be days, if not weeks, before all evacuates can return home if they have one to return to. edward lawrence, cbs news, charleston, south carolina. . the evacuation order has been lifted here for south carolina and also in georgia. in north carolina, they are still dealing with those rising floodwaters. back to you, meg. >> edward lawrence for us in charleston, thank you. reuters reports the storm killed 1,000 people in haiti. most swept away by floodwaters. aid has not yet reached some of the hardest hit areas and disease has started to spread. many of the victims are being buried in mass graves. thousands of people are now living in shelters. a palm springs man will face murder counts tomorrow in the death of two police officers. john felix was arrested yesterday after a 12-hour
respond to go a disturbance call. residents joined loved ones as a vigil last night to remember lelley jerks erebny and jose vega. >> they poled me you have the right to remain silent and everything you say will be held against you in court. >> a third officer who was wounded is out of the hospital. it's been 54 years since a uniformed officer was killed onu community. a report this morning from south korea says samsung has stopped production of galaxy note 7 smartphones. some customers say replacement phones samsung issued caught fire. a southwest airlines jet was evacuated last week when a passenger's phone started smoking. samsung says the production schedule is being changed to insure safety. coming up on the "morning
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forecast in some cities around the country. san francisco police are looking for dos of motorcyclists who did stunts on the golden gate bridge. a bystander caught the bikers on camera as they stopped traffic on saturday. police say there was also a similar demonstration on the nearby bay bridge. on the cbs "moneywatch," a massive epipen settlement and a new idea for porch pirates. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. weaker than expected job report sent stocks lower for the week they pulled stocks down. the dow lost 68 points, the s&p finished 14 points lower, the nasdaq lost nearly 20 points for the week.
settle with the government. drugmakers pay rebates to medicaid but do pay less if a drug is classified as a generic. they make a brand name and generic rebate. tesla, elon musk tweeted about a new tesla product to is, quote, unexpected by most. the debut comes before tesla's event. emily blount stars an alcoholic who is swept up in a murder mystery, that racked up $27.7 million in its debut. with the holiday shopping season ahead, how do you protect
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brady passed for three touchdowns and 406 yards, as new england won in cleveland 33-13. brady was returning from his four-game deflategate suspension. the high flying blue jays will play for the american league pennant. toronto beat its second straight playoff opponent yesterday. the jays ousted host texas 7-6, getting the winning run on an error. they will get some rest waiting for the winner of the boston/cleveland series. a pittsburgh steeler may have thought he could float like a butterfly in cleats bearing muhammad ali's picture but the nfl had other ideas. wide receiver antonio brown was ordered to remove the shoes before yesterday's game before the visiting new york jets. it's the fourth time brown's shoe stylings have been vetoed by the league. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," charlie rose sits down with
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? ? i used to think maybe ? >> breaking news. donald trump is tweeting yet again that hillary clinton cheated on her husband. kellyanne, how do you defend this tweet? >> jake, that sun fair because what mr. trump is getting out here it's clearly that not hillary cheated on bill but she has been cheating the american people for a decade. >> but that's not what the tweet said. >> i think if you look at it, if you read the whole tweet, that is what it's saying. >> thank you for coming in on
trump's manager kellyanne conway. compliments of "saturday night live." the last question of the night offered a rare moment of civility between the two candidates. >> my question to both of you is, regardless of the current rhetoric, would either of you name one positive thing that you respect in one another? >> i respect his children. his children are incredibly able and devoted, and i think that says a lot about donald. i don't agree with nearly anything else he says or does, but i do respect that, and i think that is something that, as a mother and a grandmother, is very important to me. >> i consider her statement about my children to be a very nice compliment. i don't know if it was meant to be a compliment. but it is great. i'm very proud of my children.
job and they have been wonderful, wonderful kids. so i consider that a compliment. i will say this about hillary. she doesn't quit. she doesn't give up. i respect that. i tell it like it is. she is a fighter. i disagree with much of what she is fighting for. i do disagree with her judgment in many cases. but she does fight hard and she doesn't quit and she doesn't give up, and i consider that to be a very good trait. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on last night's presidential debate. we will talk to hillary clinton and donald trump's campaign managers. plus, trump's difficulties with women voters after the cascade of new revelations. and charlie rose's wide ranging interview with supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. >> they saw a rather well-fed
right now debate show down, what the candidates are saying the morning before. >> plus 2 suspects arrested in a murder and home invasion in orange. >> and new developments good morning. thanks for waking up with us. >> it is monday, october 10th. the weekend goes by so fast. it was a great weekend. jam packed with sports. >> i was like holdup, a great